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I don't think I can say enough good things about this book.
19 year-old Hannah Ward has given up most of her childhood in pursuit of her dreams... a spot in the corps de ballet of the famous Manhattan Ballet Company.
I definitely recommend it, especially if you, like me, enjoy books about the performing arts!
Sophie Flack having lived the life of a Bunhead provides the reader with a realistic peek into the life of a professional ballerina. Read morePublished 22 days ago by Woodstock68
I wanted to like this novel, but most of the time I found it lacked rythm and it dragged. I had read an interview with Sophie Flack about the end of her dancing career and it got... Read morePublished 3 months ago by tomatomozzarella
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I was surprised by this book. Read more
Really enjoyed reading this book. The realities are that these are strong girls in a difficult environment. A good first book by someone who has been there!Published 7 months ago by jane davidson
is my critique of this book. The subject matter is good but the writing style is for a young person. I quit after the second chapter.Published 11 months ago by Petey
This was an amazing look into the world of dance! I did not know how it was going to end and I loved all the different characters. Read morePublished 11 months ago by Valerie